US News What the papers say – June 6

10:00  06 june  2018
10:00  06 june  2018 Source:   msn.com

What the papers say – May 28

  What the papers say – May 28 Festival deaths and Northern Ireland abortion reform lead the papers.The latest on calls for abortion law reform in Northern Ireland, Brexit and images of the weekend’s thunderstorms also feature prominently.

The sticking point is still participants in the conference; p 7 (500 words). 13. Maria Yefimova article headlined "Patriots set target in Jordan" says that Jordan will take part in an international military drill, involving 19 Middle East countries, to be held on 9-20 June .

June 21 2013 - 11:06. By The Moscow Times. These charges may be easier to prove after sentences were passed on 12 defendants in the Bolotnaya riots case, Udaltsov's lawyers say ; pp 1, 3 (500 words).

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Labour Brexit policy and violent crime make headlines on Tuesday.

Several papers also carry images of American fashion designer and entrepreneur Kate Spade, who was found dead in her New York apartment after an apparent suicide.

The Guardian leads with a shift by Labour to propose seeking an “internal market” for a new and close relationship with the EU that would provide full access to the single market while falling short of full membership.

The Times says the significant change in policy aims to unite the party around the issue and marks a shift towards the “softest possible” Brexit.

The Daily Mail says the country is “in the grip of a violent crime wave” as figures showed more than 60 armed robberies were being committed every day.

And the Daily Express asks if the authorities have lost control of Britain’s streets after a “spate of savage crimes”.

What the papers say – June 5

  What the papers say – June 5 Grenfell Tower evacuation failures, Michael McIntyre robbed and northern newspapers standing together over the rail crisis make the Tuesday papers.Several papers lead with evidence heard by the Grenfell inquiry that orders for residents to remain in their flats as fire spread may have made “all the difference between life and death”.

The party will nominate its candidate on June 14; pp 1-2 (973 words). 2. Ivan Safronov article headlined "Vladimir Putin criticizes law-enforcement agencies" says President Vladimir Putin has criticized the Defense, Interior and Emergencies ministries for formalities in their work on five-year plans.

RBC Daily. 1. Svetlana Makunina article headlined "Endless checks" says that the probe into lawmaker Ilya Ponomarev's receiving some 0,000 from the Skolkovo foundation should end on 21 June .

The mugging of Michael McIntyre makes The Sun‘s front page after the paper acquired footage of the moment the comedian was attacked by two robbers on a moped.

In other news, failures by Oxbridge to attract more black students are “staggering”, Universities Minister Sam Gyimah has told the Daily Telegraph.

The Financial Times leads on alleged actions by the former chief executive of Cambridge Analytica in the lead-up to the Facebook data scandal.

The Independent‘s online edition reports on an accusation that Conservatives are failing to tackle Islamophobia out of fear of damaging political power.

The i leads with the Cabinet’s decision to give the go-ahead for a third runway at Heathrow.

And the Daily Mirror says a poll suggests four in five people back a 1p rise in National Insurance to increase funding for the NHS.

What the papers say – June 11 .
Donald Trump’s G7 outburst leads many of the papers.The Times reports that Donald Trump’s relations with his European allies “sank to a new low” as he arrived in Singapore for talks with Kim Jong Un.

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